Sunday 21 April 2013
The Zetas are not the only extremely violent, military-style criminal organization from Mexico. Yet, they are the only one that operates in 350 Mexican municipalities, as well as numerous others in Guatemala and Central America. Why have they been able to expand faster than their rivals?
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Under certain conditions, supporting rebels can achieve strategic objectives without causing instability or humanitarian catastrophe.
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Understanding Informational Features of Transnational Criminal Networks: Cases from Mexico and Guatemala
A look at the gray agents - the public servants, political actors, or security agents - that promote criminal interests.